This month: Agendashift, Clean Language, and Cynefin; Become an Agendashift facilitator; Upcoming events; Top posts
Agendashift, Clean Language, and Cynefin
The Kanban Leadership Retreat in Barcelona helped to consolidate recent conversations regarding the use of Clean Language (the coaching tool) and Cynefin (the complexity framework) with Agendashift. Advanced versions of our training materials now incorporates both, as will the facilitator’s deck for the Agendashift debrief/action workshop (more on the latter in a moment).
Long story short, Clean Language is great for (among other things) eliciting desired outcomes, helpfully separating those from solution options. This in turn reinforces Agendashift’s role as a strategy deployment tool. Cynefin goes on to help participants choose a implementation approach that is appropriate to the problem in hand.
Become an Agendashift facilitator
In last month’s roundup I preannounced plans to make the Agendashift tools and facilitation materials available on a commercial (but very affordable) basis. We’re hoping to launch publicly at around the end of September; meanwhile we have been sharing an outline of the partner programme with our beta testers and other potential participants. If interested in being part of that first wave, do please get in touch.
- DevOpsChat Special Guest: Mike Burrows (evening of 4th August, Twitter-based)
- Lean Kanban India 2016 (9th-10th September)
- Agile Cambridge 2016 (28th-30th September)
- Lean-Agile Scotland (5th-7th October)
- Agile Nottingham October Meetup (evening of 19th October)
- Øredev 2016 (7th-11th November)
- Applied Servant Leadership 6: Purpose
- Featureban 2.0 (June)
- Applied Servant Leadership: Let’s recap
- Applied Servant Leadership 5: Alignment
- Applied Servant Leadership 1: Skills
- It’s time to reclaim Servant Leadership
- What does the coin represent? (March)